I wasn’t planning to follow this Series, although I follow The Big Bang Theory. The main problem is when you do some zapping and watch a little of something. While some are good but you are not tempted to follow it, some other are more likely to convince you.
Well, with Sheldon, the pair of episodes I watched convinced me. These weren’t the first of the series, but almost. Then, I did go back and watch the missing ones. And right the beginning of the first episode would win me. Sheldon playing with the train and shooting a ball to prove that a body in movement keeps the movement was good enough.
In the last episodes from this season, I feel like more emphasis is being given to the family than to Sheldon himself. Nevertheless, the… oops… spoilers… the guy that is dating Sheldon’s grandmother remember me somebody, and I enjoy him.
And regarding this series I would likely say that the two best actors are the younger. Sheldon and his system Missy are great. I really love that girl…
Right. Tenth Season. And in 10 years Sheldon Cooper had more girls than me. Oh well.
Back to the series. Things are mostly the same from last seasons. Some new details to shake a little the story (Raj parents not paying for his house, baby for Horward and Bernardette, ..) but the main history keeps the same. While nothing vibrantly new, the series keeps to make me laugh. And of course, nice girls.
Just finished the seventh season of The Big Bang Theory. Yes, indeed, more of the same, but still fun. The kind of jokes is mostly the same, but the story evolves. Even Sheldon kisses a girl , and Raj gets sex with a cute girl. The other two continue with their own blondes.
Some time ago I read somewhere, somebody complaining with this series, arguing it does not have any more fun, and that jokes are now offending. I do not agree. The jokes are the same since the beginning. But some people will laugh on others believes, religion or race, but will be angry when the joke changes to their own believes, religion or race. But no, The Big Bang Theory has, from time to time, a little on that kind of jokes (from the beginning on Blondes, a lot on Indians, a little on Black People, more recently on Christians) but the most interesting ones continue to be the geek ones. And just for the record, on this discussions on jokes, I am a Christian and can laugh with Christian jokes.
But yea, Kaley Cuoco (now -Sweeting) is also a good reason to continue watching this series.
When all the four geeks get a “girlfriend”, my auto-esteem goes down. Anyway, Penny continues brilliant, Sheldon continues unsupportable, Leonard the same guy, and Raj gets even more feminine (wait for the last episode). Amy is great, and her face expressions are even better than Leonard or Sheldon ones. No big news on this season, other than the new girlfriend.
And, finally, somehow I understand why some people said TBBT was getting too offensive. I understand but I do not agree. We should know to deal with our history. It can be difficult, but we should.
I though on publishing a photo on the wedding (sorry, spoiler alert, but I won’t say whose), but after this picture popped in my screen I had no doubt I should publish Kaley Cuoco again. Oh, how I like that girl…
Talking about this season, the usual kind of story, but still fun. Now with some girlfriends around. This makes me think… even Sheldon has a girlfriend. Why don’t I have one?…
Well, to change a little, this time I do not share a picture of Penny, but of this pervert scientist. Let me know where to find one like this.
Regarding this series, the main idea is Penny and Leonard being committed in some kind of relationship. Of course that ends mostly at the end of the season, just in a way the next season can grow in interest somehow. Other than that, there are mainly two episodes I really liked. The first one if the one presented in the picture above. It was fun. The second one explaining how Sheldon and Leonard met and agreed to those apartment rules.
Also, in this series we know that Sheldon likes Ubuntu. So, not so smart as we think he is…